Your own source says the construction industry is 15% illegal. This is significant. Notably also, that is country-wide. There are cities in which that percentage is going to be significantly higher. You're good with that? You believe this had no pressure on wages? Really, you don't seem that obtuse.
Interesting thing linking these three articles: None use the word "illegal." YOU say that illegals are taking our jobs. These articles say that Latinos are. Why would any licenced and reputable construction company hire illegals? Do you know the liability and lawsuits and fines that creates?
I was expecting that response. First off, both those rags do everything possible to gloss over the "illegal" aspect, their editorial boards are as liberal as it gets and their reporting reflects it. That said, correspond what they say with this Pew research and try to tell us illegals ave no bearing on the job market...over a million illegals in LA , an African-American job "crisis", but oh no, illegals don't steal work form American citizens....sure...
It would be very interesting to correlate that map with data on African-American unemployment, as the UCLA study highlighted. Would you dare Seb?
Harley-Davidson targets Paul Ryan, Bourbon targets Mitch McConnell - what about Levis?
Just the average Joe and Bob that voted for Trump.
Your condescension aside, Levi's is Nancy Pelosi territory. Providing evidence that lack of informative intelligence crosses party lines. And i wonder how much that affects US industry anyway, I can't remember ever seeing a Made in USA tag on Lev'is. Not a particularly well thought plan.
NEVER take the first proposal in a negotiation from Trump as the final. Reference “The Art of the Deal”. In other words, he plays his opponents and does it very well.
Always wait for the endgame.
What I said on Pg1. And in today's headlines, as I said, it is directed at Canada and Mexico over NAFTA negotiations. Trump says Canada and Mexico will escape new tariffs only after NAFTA concessions
I suspect that was the ploy all along, and it was the kneejerk reaction from Europe about an un-defined, proposed policy that caused the "tax the Euro cars" proclamation. As for that, all this talk about BMW's produced in SC, Germany imports $7 billion in US autos, but exports to the US $22 billion in automobiles. Not too much ambiguity there, is there?